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Early last week, the Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee Representative Jerry Nadler launched a comprehensive investigation into President Trump and his associates. Rep. Nadler sent out 81 letters demanding documents which indicates the broad scope of the new Congressional… Continue reading
What can best be described as “Hunger Games: Parts I and II” kicked off with more than three full hours of GOP debate in Cleveland Thursday and with more action and drama than the movies by the same name.
In… Continue reading
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Buzz Cut:• It’s a bling thing: Trump and Hillary two of a kind• Hillary courts union bosses, but base loves Bernie• Walker raids Jeb’s home turf• Take… Continue reading
When it comes to debates, the Oxford Union, which bills itself as the “world’s most prestigious debating society,” remains the gold standard. Begun in 1823, The Union, in modern times, has hosted debates that have included such luminaries as Ronald… Continue reading
NASA has discovered the answer to all of our problems. It is another planet, a possible twin to Earth that could theoretically sustain life.
This revelation could be bigger than Columbus “discovering” America, or Lewis and Clark finding the Northwest… Continue reading
As the hot Washington summer approaches August, the Senate’s Republican majority is already on vacation from the work of confirming judges. At the current torpid pace, they will put the lowest number of judges on the federal bench in any… Continue reading
If Hillary Clinton were a cartoon character, she’d be Snidely Whiplash, forever muttering to herself, “Curses, foiled again.” And she’d be right.
The lady-in-waiting will have to keep waiting. Probably forever. Fate has spoken.
Already threatened by a growing trust… Continue reading
Hillary Clinton gave a speech warning that the new “sharing economy” of businesses such as the rideshare company Uber is “raising hard questions about workplace protections.”
Democrats hate what labor unions hate, and a taxi drivers’ union hates Uber, too.… Continue reading
Most American voters don’t trust Iran — and worry the Obama administration was willing to give too much to get a deal on Iran’s nuclear program.
That’s according to a new Fox News poll, conducted Monday through Wednesday evenings.
President… Continue reading